Monday, May 16, 2016

Through the Doorway

I thought you might enjoy seeing this picture of my nephew and his wife, as they were all decked out for the Kentucky Derby.

Then for all of us who go from one room into another and can't remember what we came for, this was posted on Facebook.
Aren't you relieved? Now we know why when we walk back through the doorway, we can remember what we forgot when we go back through the door! Linking today with Backyard Neighbor for Blue Monday. Thanks for hosting, Jeanne.

Linda Kay

28 comments:

Tom said...

Thanks for the information on why I'm often clueless.

Lea said...

I'm so relieved to know doorways are to blame. We all need houses where one room flows into another. I wonder what my husband would say it I wanted to remove a couple of walls in our house?!!

Lovely photo of the couple off to the races!

Have a great week!
Lea

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Blame it on the doors! Good move!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, it is good to know I can blame it on the doors. Great photo of your nephew and his wife. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Lin Floyd said...

not sure it works that you remember when you go back through the door but will check it out...lol!

Tabor said...

Love that analysis. Seems spot on!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What a beautiful couple! And I love this little explanation. I'll show it to hubby...maybe it can help us! hahaha! Hugs, Diane

Gail said...

I can remember when I THOUGHT of the idea and returning to that spot does help me remember. There is much truth in the door theory!

Beautiful couple.

Nonnie said...

Very cute pic! That must be exciting to go to the Derby.

Again with the door problem. It's happening more and more frequently for me and where I used to be able to walk back through and remember, I'm having to sit down and really study on it. Happy Monday!

Kailani said...

Never heard that before, re the doors. It helps! LOL

Cute couple, too.

Mike said...

An event boundary sounds like it's straight out of Star Trek.

William Kendall said...

An event boundary... that's a new term to me!

fishducky said...

I knew it wasn't my fault!!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Your nephew and his wife looked very spiffy for Derby Day!

I giggled at the door excuse--i will remember that..lol

Linda W. said...

Great photo of a cute couple! yes, doors have that effect on me too.... now I know why! :)

Jeanne said...

Hi Linda Kay, How lucky your nephew and his wife are able to attend the Kentucky Derby. They both look the part perfectly. I know they will enjoy the day.

Funny thing about forgetting. I always seem to return to the place where I think my forgotten item should be. Usually I'm right. In the meantime I drive myself a little nuts looking for what ever it may be. All I need is a doorway. Big smile here.

Hugs,
Jeanne

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Your nephew and his wife looked stylish for the Kentucky Derby. It has to be an awesome event to attend!
I'm delighted to know the findings of that study!

LV said...

I can definitely relate to this. I can get up from a chair and not remember why I am getting up. Somedays I wonder!

Amy at love made my home said...

I love the idea of event boundaries! What though is the answer for when I get to the top of the stairs and have no idea why I am there! So annoying when you have just climbed up the stairs and then have to go back down again knowing you will soon remember and have to go up again! Hee hee!

Lowcarb team member said...

Lovely photo you've shared, thank you.

'Event Boundary' - I will have to remember that.

All the best Jan

b"E"th ( : edwards said...

i love seeing what folks wear to the derby. so fun! love the hat. ( :
i would & could only imagine that fun you would have. to awesome!!

The Furry Gnome said...

That's very reassuring; I do it all the time!

Margaret-whiteangel said...

So it could be the door for some!

Terra Hangen said...

I love this door theory, it explains a lot.

Gosia k said...

Realy lovely post greetings from poland

carolann said...

I like your nieces hat and outfit.
She is a cutie pie. Perfect for the occasion.

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Linda Kay, I'm very relieved to hear that! :D Nephew and wife look perfect the occasion. Love the hats!

Gunn said...

Nice looking couple:-)

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